There isnt 1 thing that I can say that xbox does better.
then you're just being a biased idiot
Xbox Live takes diarhea dumps on PSN
ie: when a message is sent to you on XBL, you simply click the middle X button and it comes up on the screen. On PSN you have to click the middle PS button, go to message box, click open on the message
also, you can have multiple people in a party playing different games at the same time on xbox, on PSN you can only chat 1 on 1 and have to be playing the same game. ITS 2012, SONY NEEDS TO FIX THEIR DASHBOARD AND CHAT FEATURES, THEYRE HORRIBLE.
The only thing I like about the 360 is the controller the controller for Ps3 is too small.
Even if that's the only thing, that's a pretty significant part of a console.
When people ask me what I recommend, I recommend PS3s now. Since Microsoft decidedly "won" the consolewar against Sony this generation, they have grown complacent. The PS3 has more quality exclusives coming out these days, while MS has put their involvement with game development permanently on hold until the next generation. Additionally, you know that the PS3 is still going to be supported once the new one releases, which is a pretty big bonus. Microsoft is going to drop the 360 like a rock when they release their new system, just like they did last time. PS3 would be preferable at this point based on those criteria.
That said, the Xbox 360 still has more enough going for it to make it a close call. Live is still a much better product than PSN, and let's not act like asking $3,50 a month for a vastly superior service is too much money. Also, Microsoft does updates in a much better way. It's not that frequent and when it updates it usually takes 3 minutes to do so. Sony throws updates at you faster than you can install them, and they are all meaningless and they all take way too much time to download and install. Despite PS3's exclusive advantage, Xbox generally gets a lot of decent PC ports as well, such as The Witcher 2, and a lot of multiplatform games are developed for the 360 first and still look better on the 360 strangely enough.
The bottom line is that the 360 experience and the PS3 are closely matched. Look at the games, look at what your friends are rolling with.